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Airdrie artist has work accepted into juried show

Airdrie artist has work accepted into juried show

Airdrie artist Marni Koelln has recently had five of her pieces accepted into Art-O-Rama, an exhibition hosted by the Calgary Chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) June 15 and 16 at Fort Calgary.
Airdrie cyclists ready to ride for MS support

Airdrie cyclists ready to ride for MS support

The Johnson Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Bike ride from Airdrie to Olds will take place June 23 and 24, and for many, it’s an opportunity to make a difference for the people in their lives who are affected by MS.
AIWC gearing up for garage-sale fundraiser

AIWC gearing up for garage-sale fundraiser

The Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation (AIWC) is looking for unused or unwanted items for its upcoming garage sale and bottle drive fundraiser, which will be hosted at the organization’s property near Madden June 23.
Executive Director of Volunteer Airdrie resigns

Executive Director of Volunteer Airdrie resigns

Volunteer Airdrie has announced the resignation of its Executive Director, Melanie Taylor, effective May 23. According to Dave Maffitt, board chair, Taylor began a compassionate leave of absence Dec.
Local veterinarians host compassion clinic

Local veterinarians host compassion clinic

All pet owners know the value a furry companion can bring to one’s life – but sometimes, the expense involved in keeping that pet healthy can be too much to handle.
AIWC says don't be a wildlife kidnapper

AIWC says don't be a wildlife kidnapper

The season for wildlife babies has come to Rocky View County after a long winter and late spring – and the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation (AIWC) is encouraging residents to avoid “kidnapping” newborn animals.
Kids can get into the Row by Row Experience

Kids can get into the Row by Row Experience

Kim Schmaltz, the owner of Never Done Quilting in Beiseker, said she hopes participating in the Row by Row Junior initiative this year will help introduce local young people – aged six to 14 – to the hobby of quilting.
CEI takes in orphaned black bear

CEI takes in orphaned black bear

Airdronian with cancer walking to give back

Airdronian with cancer walking to give back

On Cancer Survivor Day, June 3, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada opened registration for its Light the Night Walk, which takes place in October.
Fred Fox inspires students at École Edwards

Fred Fox inspires students at École Edwards

Students at École Edwards Elementary School filed into the school’s gymnasium wearing brightly coloured T-shirts June 1, to hear a presentation from Fred Fox.